"To move the body, one must first engage the mind."
~ Gary Lemke, Interactive PE
Fitness, health, and well-being are as much an intellectual endeavor as a physical act.

You know the score. And it's not good.
Childhood obesity has tripled in the last generation.
Adolescent diabetes is epidemic.
Life expectency is on the decline for the first time in history.

What can you do?

Meet students where they are.
Focus on relevancy and enjoyment.
Offer a balanced curriculum of academics and kinetics.
Make Healthy Behavior Outcomes (HBOs) your Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs).

Chart a new course, make a difference . . . with blended learning.

Reasons teachers use iPE/iHealth

Educational Technology
Buy versus Build
Analytics / Reporting
Leadership
Digital Innovation
Teacher, Not Developer
Highly Effective Artifacts
Best in Class

What teachers say about iPE/iHealth

Dee Fowler, Noblesville High School
"The focus on the importance of health, wellness, and fitness allows us to achieve better student learning outcomes."

Matt Barker, Heritage Christian High School
"iPE adds more academic rigor and integrity to our courses."

Maria Hallman, DeKalb High School
"iPE allows us to offer course coherency across general physical education, summer school, and alternative PE."

Diane Hearn, Seeger Memorial High School
"We standardized on iPE/iHealth for all students in our school."

Lisa Pawlik, Penn High School
"iPE/iHealth makes it easy for all teachers to use the same curriculum. "

Candy Ogle, Warren Central High School
"We can effectively use educational technology without having to invest in specialized training or extended professional development."